Klogs Carolina have all the support, including ARCH and plenty of cushion at the same time! They are very breathable because of the top being open and the floral cut-outs. My feet get very easily overheated (even without socks) in almost any shoe other than a fully open sandal, so I really appreciate the adequate ventilation of this shoe. The design of them is cute and takes them past the typical look of both a clog OR a mary jane. The width is wonderful for my C-D-width foot. They do run quite large though. I typically take anywhere from a size 9 - 10 and I had tried a 9.5 and a 9 in these and both were too big, the 8.5 fit perfectly with still plenty of wiggle-room for my toes which I really need in any shoe. I can see these working as both a casual and work shoe and definetly for anyone on their feet alot! Highly Recommend this awesome shoe!
Klogs makes extra–comfortable shoes for the home, garden, or professional environment. Fans of Klogs include hospital workers, postal service employees, orthotic wearers, chefs, and teachers. The footbed is made to be comfortable out of the box, featuring a molded contour toe grip to increase stability.
Choose polyurethane or leather Klogs. Both feature oil– and slip–resistant, non–marking polyurethane soles that exceed the standards set forth by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM). Every Klogs style is designed with a deep heel cup and a removable footbed to accommodate custom orthotics and arch-support inserts. The leather styles offer a wider toe box for a natural, barefoot feel. The polyurethane styles are created to stay bright ten times longer than the competition.
Klogs styles include open– and closed–back clogs for men and women, mary janes, sporty sneakers, loafers, and oxfords.
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